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83pa28d.zip397k04-05-10File rated 8.82Learn TI-83 Plus Assembly In 28 Days v2.0
Learn how to program the TI-83 Plus graphing calculator with this syllabus of no less than twenty-eight information-packed lessons. The material covered ranges from calculator-specific to general Z80, and even to assembly in general, so even if you do not own a TI-83 Plus, you will still find the information of use.
programaciontibasic.zip406k07-09-17File rated 8.33TI-Basic Programming Guide / Manual de Programación Ti-Basic
[ENGLISH] TI-Basic programming guide, only in Spanish. [ESPAÑOL] Un guía muy completa para aquellos que quieren aprender a programar en Ti-Basic para los modelos 89, 92 y v200. Incluye muchas gráficas y links de interés.
apb.zip714k03-04-25File rated 6.48TI-83 Plus Assembly Programming Basics
on Always wanted to learn .z80 Assembly? This pack was put together for those people who, like me, wanted to learn ASM. I had to search, and with the help of a friend finally found all the files I needed. This pack was created so that YOU would not need to waste time seaching for the proper files, and confusing yourself. This contains all the files you need to start programming in ASM. Just download and unzip it, and you are ready to begin. Note: This file does NOT just contain the Assembler, it also has a guide to 83+ programming included which will lead you through the steps, assuming you know NOTHING about programming. So, in a final note, have fun learning TI-83 Plus ASM, it may just be you are the next hit programmer. Good Luck!
linkport.zip1201k03-06-12File rated 6.38Ti-83 Link Port Tutorial
A short tutorial that will teach you how to control the link port, and covers some of the basics of datatransmission.
asmguru.zip226k99-01-04File rated 4.84TI-83 ASM Tutorials v3.1
Help File for W95 57 tutorials
83pa28dchm.zip293k05-03-09File is not ratedLearn TI-83 Plus Assembly In 28 Days v2.0 (CHM)
Learn how to program the TI-83 Plus graphing calculator with this syllabus of no less than twenty-eight information-packed lessons. The material covered ranges from calculator-specific to general Z80, and even to assembly in general, so even if you do not own a TI-83 Plus, you will still find the information of use.
anoverviewoftheti83pluspr.zip11k08-11-29File is not ratedAn Overview of the TI-83 PLUS Processor
This document gives an overview of the TI-83 Plus Z80 processor core....including the Z80 structure and some undocumented instruction sets....
asmfor83.zip20k99-05-02File is not ratedAsm pour 83
This is a help file for Z80 french programmers.
asmhelp.zip274k97-08-24File is not ratedTI-83 ASM Help File v1.0
TI-83 ASM Help File for Windows 95 v1.0
asmteach2.zip117k99-01-05File is not ratedMS Office 97 Version of Greg Parker's asmteach.zip
ASMTEACH formatted for printing
asmteach.zip17k97-07-24File is not ratedGreg Parker's Assembly Programming Lessons for ZShell
assemblynotes.zip11k10-01-04File is not ratedAssembly Notes
This is just a bunch of notes and some mini tutorials on assembly. About thirty or forty opcodes are included.
beethoven_z80_sound.zip140k04-05-17File is not ratedTI Sound - All z80 TI's
A packet of sound routines tested for all z80 TI's, even ZShell (85) and CrASH (82) :-) Please email me with feedback. The sample is Eric Cartman from the South Park Movie :-D
calcnet_workstation_83.zip11k03-03-19File is not ratedCALCnet Workstation Driver v0.5 beta
This is a very early version of the workstation section of the CALCnet drivers, a set of programs that allows up to 255 calculators to be connected together and share files. This version is unoptimized and still in progress, but look for the first final version soon.
compressingstrings.zip1k02-07-22File is not ratedCompressing Strings for any caluclator
well here is a concept for compressing your long strings. :-)
compressiontechniques.zip24k04-04-06File is not ratedCompression Techniques
In this file I explain some useful compression techniques. I also included the code for decompressors and compressors of some these techniques. Enlarge your world! Compress you data! :) Update: Addes some new techniques, like Huffman and Ziv & Lempel.
ctoz80.zip9k05-09-24File is not ratedC to Z80 (version 0.1 beta)
This explains how statements in a high-level language like C translate to Z80 assembly language. Topics include accessing global and local variables, expressions, indirection, and flow control structures (if/else, for, do/while, and while). This is currently a beta version, so please send me any feedback on how it can be improved.
event.zip15k99-12-08File is not ratedEvent Handler
The Event Handler, as you will come to know it, is an interrupt driven routine which can be used to update your program's many tasks and offer you an easy way to quickly set something to update and never worry about it again. To make matters even better, Josh threw all the information you will ever need to know about the Event Handler into two tutorials aimed at the intermediate programmer, which help you easily implement the system into your own program.
extasm83.zip21k02-07-22File is not ratedExtASM83 V1.0
Extended Assembly 83. A follow-on to ASMGuru with intermediate programmers in mind. Designed to Bridge the gap between novice and expert written by a learning Z80 programmer. Covers a small 15 tutorails so far, but many more are on the way.
eytca.zip101k06-09-17File is not ratedExpressing Yourself Through Calculator Assembly v1.1
A non-classical guide to programming TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus assembly. If you're willing, this will allow you to journey on the path of calculator assembly programming, and enjoy it at the same time. Also has concepts like motivation and hacking for you to think on. This update adds applications of the concepts.
gbadocs.zip638k10-09-25File is not ratedGBALib English Documentation
This is the english translation of the documentation for gbalib. Updates: Went through the whole thing again and rewrote some parts to fix typos and other small things.
intguide.txt10k02-11-08File is not ratedThe Guide to 83+ Interrupts
This is a comprehensive guide to the interrupts on the 83+. Although it is written for the 83+, many parts of it can be applied to other z80 calculators. It has an in depth tutorial about interrupt mode 2, and it also covers mode 0 and 1.
logic.txt1k97-07-13File is not rated8 Bit Logical Boolean Commands
ndz80w2.pdf73k01-12-16File is not ratedNo DUH! Guide to Z80 Assembly (Emergency release 0.01)
I didnt realize that 1.2K people had downloaded the first version!! Oops. Unfortunately, I got slowed on this project because of school. Here are tutorials 1-7.
noduhz80.pdf60k01-08-06File is not ratedNo Duh! Guide to Z80 Assembly
An UNDERSTANDABLE Guide to Z80 Assembly, catching most problems ranging from misinterpreted to moronic ... covers TI83/+ ASM
opcodes.txt27k97-08-04File is not ratedZ80 Opcodes
phoenixtools.zip5k03-09-21File is not ratedTools for editing Phoenix
I wrote this because some people might want to edit phoenix but don't know how to get the tools. Well this will help you. For TI-82/83/83plus/83plusSE/85/86.
phx2ls.zip7k04-01-03File is not ratedPhoenix Tools (2nd Release)
I've updated it to show how to compile for both Ion and MirageOS.
sprite.zip5k04-05-13File is not ratedAny Size Sprite Routines (z80)
This works for the 72, 82, 83, 83+, 83+SE, 84+, 84+SE, 85, and 86. It has been thoroughly tested on the 83 ( Send(9 method), 83+ nostub, 82 CrASH, 85 ZShell, and 86 with and without a shell. it's tiny, being ~25 bytes for the routine and has an easy setup. Please ask me before ever using these for another program (I fu**ing hate code theft!).
ti83asmfortheabsolutebegi.zip3200k11-05-28File is not ratedHot Dog's Ti-83+ Z80 ASM for the Absolute Beginner
This is a brand new set of tutorials for learning Ti-83+ ASM language. These lessons are meant for people who have no knowledge of ASM, including those who know Ti-Basic. I have recieved very positive feedback, including the ease of the lessons as opposed to a lesson such as "Learn ASM in 28 days." Included are 14 lessons, 5 appendicies and Windows/Macintosh/Linux files.
ti83pasm.hlp336k00-06-05File is not ratedTI-83 Plus Asm Tutorials
These are tutorials for learning TI-83 Plus Asm. This edition corrects spelling errors and technical information. Addtional tutorials will be available soon.
ti83plusz80asmpreview.zip2771k10-05-31File is not ratedHot Dog's TI-83 Plus Z80 ASM Lessons (Preview)
Many of the ASM guides for the Ti-83+ have been difficult for people such as myself. I heard that there were many people who struggled even with "Learn TI-83+ ASM in 28 Days." So I set out to design a set of lessons, hoping to allow almost any TI-83+ Ti-Basic programmer to learn ASM. I have had nothing but good reviews so far. People who read these lessons say they now understand what "28 days" failed to explain to them, and they are anticipating the rest of the lessons. As such, I am posting a preview here. Feel free to visit http://www.omnimaga.org/index.php?board=95.0, as this is a work in progress. Also, remember this is a preview version. There may be typos. Please feel free to use the included files when lesson 4 calls for them Upgrade: The .zip file had a version of spasm that doesn't work. I have included the correct spasm.exe
tutorielxlib.zip537k12-01-24File is not ratedtuto Xlib (french)
The Xlib library lets you add your programs many graphical advantages, and that's why I made a tutorial for you, french programmers. This is a PDF.
unification.zip10k05-12-21File is not ratedThe TI-z80 Unification FAQ
This FAQ helps programmers who program only for TI-82, TI-83 or TI-83+ to program for these 3 calcs at the same time.
z80asmg.zip52k04-02-17File is not ratedIndependent Z80 Assembly Guide
A compact Z80 assembly guide in HTML (W3C validated) format. The material was written in a way that it can be used for ANY Z80 calculator or computer. The author has several years of experience in assembly programming, and would like to receive comments on the usefulness of the guide to improve future releases. Topics from basic to advanced level are to be included.
z80assembler.zip1k06-10-08File is not ratedz80 syntax-highlight file
This file contains the XML syntax highlighting description for asm z80 syntax using tpasm, for Kate, the KDE Advanced Editor.
z80href.txt8k97-07-24File is not ratedZ80 Hardware Reference
z80instrset.txt8k11-06-27File is not ratedZ80 Instruction Set Reference
This concise Z80 instruction set reference is a compilation that is normally strewn between several different documentations. Included are undocumented opcodes, clock cycle times for all opcodes, affected flags info, byte code patterns, and short descriptions. Best of all, it can be printed in just two or three pages. Update: Fixed some cycle timings.
z80instr.txt19k97-09-09File is not ratedZ80 Instruction Set Summary
z80iss.txt13k97-07-24File is not ratedZ80 Microprocessor Instruction Set Summary
z80opcod.txt59k98-05-22File is not ratedZ80 Opcodes
z80optim.zip41k06-03-18File is not ratedZ80 ASM Optimization Tricks - v2.1
Learn all the optimization tricks used in Z80 Assembly. Topics include Z80 ASM Literacy (how to properly communicate Z80 ASM notion), Time Consvervation, and Memory Conservation. This guide covers everything you'll need in order to write assembly programs with optimal efficiency.
z80opt.zip56k00-08-18File is not ratedZ80 Optimization Technies v1.1
Advanced Z80 Assembler optimization techniques. Learn how to get the tighest code & most performing code to add thoses extra features.
z80op.zip47k00-02-27File is not ratedZ80 OpCodes listing and Chart
Z80 OpCodes listing and Chart (Includes Words & Star Office versions). Contains all the undocumented commands, their equivalent Hex values, timming with or without prefetch
z80_reference.txt37k00-05-12File is not ratedThe Complete Z80 Instruction Reference
Contains ALL the Z80 instructions, including unsupported ones, along with clock times, sizes, flags affected, hex op-codes, names, and notes for all instructions in an easy-to-read spreadsheet format.
z80table.xls25k02-06-01File is not ratedz80 opcode table
opcode table
z80table.zip105k11-01-09File is not ratedZ80 Tables
There are seven Z80 tables in this .html file, which contain all the opcodes for Z80 Assembly instructions, perfect for HEX programmers, but also very useful for all Assembly Programmers. There are both official and unofficial and unofficial instructions, correctly labelled. This table can be found online at www.davidgom.co.cc/z80table.html. Also, making this table was very hard work and it shall not be released without David Gomes's authorization. Thanks.
z80thick.zip314k12-05-29File is not ratedThick Z80 Documentation
z80time.txt10k97-07-13File is not ratedZ80 Opcode Timings
z80.txt16k00-02-20File is not ratedThe Perfect Z80 Instruction Set Summary
Lists all instructions (even some "unsupported" ones) with their opcode, TIME, and altered FLAGS. Tried to make it as complete as possible.
z80.zip12k03-10-19File is not ratedComplete Z80 instruction set
In this table, you will find all the Z80 instructions, including undocumented ones, sorted by opcode. Timing information is also available for ALL instructions. Mirrored instructions are also mapped. An error in the timings has been corrected thanks to Michal Portes.
zhc.zip116k12-03-14File is not ratedZeda's Hex Codes
Zeda's Hex Codes is a still growing list of opcodes that I have collected or created over the years. When I started this, I wanted to keep a comprehensive collection of codes in one place instead of scattered about the internet. BASIC programmers, have fun! Feel free to make suggestions or requests!
zorc.zip16k11-01-23File is not ratedZeda's Opcode Chart
This chart gives information about Z80 opcodes including what they do and there hex values. It is not in its final stage, but it does have all of the mentioned info. This is useful for all you future hex programmers! ^-^
zticikbp.zip1k03-03-05File is not ratedTICI 1.0 PS/2 Keyboard Driver v0.8b Source Code
This is the source code for the TICI 1.0 PS/2 keyboard driver, which lets you connect an external keyboard to you calculator. Check it out!
zticimsp_source.zip1k02-11-01File is not ratedTICI 1.0 External PS/2 Mouse Driver v0.8 beta Source Code
This is the source code for the beta version of the mouse driver for TICI 1.0, the new external hardware standard for TI calculators. It allows you to connect an external PS/2 mouse using a TICI 1.0 hub (plans in the hardware section of the TICalc archives). Use this as a stand-alone program, integrate it into your BASIC programs, or put it into your ASM programs! An amazing breakthrough in TI calculator hardware.

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